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Tuesday, June 6, 2023
AAUP Holds a Training Workshop for Nurses on Using Ventilators

The Faculty of Graduate Studies at the Arab American University organized a workshop targeting nurses working in intensive care units at governmental hospitals and master’s students in nursing specialties at the University to train them on using the ventilator in an ideal way to prevent the development of complications for patients.

The workshop was moderated by Dr. Dina Abu Jaber, a specialist in the field of intensive care and artificial respiration. Dr. Abu Jaber introduced the students to the device, its operation, and the common errors that happen when using it.

Sunday, May 28, 2023
AAUP Hosts the Director of Technology and Operations Department at Quds Bank in a Symposium Entitled: "Digital Transformation in the Banking Sector in Palestine"

The Faculty of Graduate Studies at the Arab American University in Ramallah hosted the director of Technology and Operations Department at Quds Bank, Mr. Zaid Jrab, to deliver a lecture on digital transformation in the banking sector in Palestine.

Mr. Jrab discussed the prospects, opportunities and challenges facing the banking sector in the digital transformation process, saying: "The importance of the digital transformation process in this sector lies in facilitating citizens' access to banking services, improving the operational process, completing banking transactions, and the payment and purchasing process quickly." Mr.

Tuesday, May 23, 2023
Defense of A Doctoral Dissertation by Mirvat Abu Asab in Educational Administration

The Ph.D. student Mirvat Abu Asab defended her dissertation titled: "The Impact of the Israelization of Educational Curricula on the National Identity of Secondary School Students in East Jerusalem from the Teachers' Perspective and Their Role in Developing Methods to Strengthen It".

The study aimed to investigate the impact of the Israelization of educational curricula on the national identity of secondary school students in East Jerusalem from the teachers’ point of view and their role in developing ways to enhance it. The sample consisted of (255) male and female teachers of social studies, Arabic language, and Islamic education in secondary schools in East Jerusalem, and (12) male and female teachers were interviewed by the focus group method, who were chosen by the purposive technique.


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